Introduction: Saving a Site Page As a PDF File
So do you want to print a site page but have no printer available at the moment?
Are you sure if that page will show that information or data long enough for you to print it?
What you need to do is to save it as a PDF file to print later!
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Step 1: Open the Site Page
The first thing you need to do is to open the site page you want to save or print.
Is it already open? Good.
Step 2: Press Ctrl+P to "Print"/Save
or click "File" on your standard toolbar, then "Print".
It should bring out a window similar to the image above.
Choose your PDF Reader.
My recommendation is NitroPDF, but Adobe Reader should work as well.
Now click "OK".
Step 3: Save the Page As a PDF File
Step 4: Double-check and Open Your File
Wikipedia used as sample webpage.
NitroPDF used to save the webpage.